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Since a 1993 Minnesota Music Award nomination as Best Female Jazz Vocalist, Charmin Michelle has staked an undeniable claim to prominence. Specializing in classic fare—memorable songs such as “Them There Eyes” and “My Heart Belongs To Daddy”—and applying her signature style, it isn’t hard to see how she’s come to be in ever-increasing demand here and abroad. The indefatigable Charmin Michelle has toured all over Europe and the Middle Est. Whatever the lady’s doing, she is doing it right. She spoke with to Jazzonline prior to her performance at Half Note jazz Club in Athens on November 24.

01 November 2017

Martha High Interview


For something like 32 years Martha High was a key part of James Brown's soul revue. Martha worked with the Godfather longer than any other of his maybe more well-known side's people. Martha High,The soul diva and James Brown's muse talks to Jazzonline.


Jazzonline Interviews  some of the best jazz musicians of the international jazz scene visiting Greece: Kenny Barron, Peter Bernstein, Terence Blanchard,Terri Lyne Carrington, Jack Dejohnette, Sonny Fortune,Sara Gazarek,Jonathan Kreisberg,Ibrahim Maalouf,Jason Marsalis,Nicholas Payton,Danilo Perez, Madeleine Peyroux,Joshua Redman, Omar Sosa and many others.


"If you're going to play music, play music because you are driven, because you have to, because you love it!  Excellence is its own reward" Wallace Roney.

22 February 2017

Music Soup Interview


Music Soup ‘s debut album “Cut To The Chase” has been chosen as The Best Greek Jazz Album of the year 2016 by both Readers Poll & Critics Poll. This is quite an achievement !  But you could tell something was happening. From the first day, the album got excellent reviews abroad and it was released by Tony Monaco, a master in the Hammond  organ in jazz.  Jazzonline.gr to has met  Evgenia Karlafti & Nestor Dimopoulos for a little chat about this great success.


French-American singer MADELEINE PEYROUX began her career as one of the street musicians in Paris’s Latin Quarter when she was just a teenager. Last September, The Grammy-nominated vocalist’s released her eighth album Secular Hymn. She talks to Jazzonline.gr few days before her performance in Athens. 

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